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EIBICH PETER

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peter.eibichping@dauphine.pslpong.eu
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Biographie

Je suis professeur d'économie à l'université PSL Paris Dauphine. Mes recherches portent sur l'économie du vieillissement et de la retraite ainsi que sur l'économie des soins préventifs. Je m'intéresse également à l'économie de la famille et à l'économétrie appliquée, en particulier aux méthodes de variables instrumentales. J'ai beaucoup travaillé avec des chercheurs en sciences de la santé, en sciences sociales et en démographie.

Dernières publications

Articles

Mascherek A., Düzel S., EIBICH P., Krekel C., Goebel J., Gallinat J., Wagner G., Lindenberger U., Kühn S. (2024), Working memory and fluid intelligence are differentially related to categories of urban fabric in older adults: Results from the Berlin aging study, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 93, p. 1-9

Akesaka M., EIBICH P., Hanaoka C., Shigeoka H. (2023), Temporal Instability of Risk Preference Among the Poor: Evidence from Payday Cycles, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, vol. 15, n°4, p. 68-99

EIBICH P. (2023), Instrumental variable estimates of the burden of parental caregiving, The Journal of the Economics of Ageing, vol. Volume 26, n°October 2023, p. 100467

Bister L., EIBICH P., Rutigliano R., Kühn M., van Hedel K. (2023), Selection into maternity leave length and long-run maternal health in Germany, Journal of Social Policy, p. 1-20

Gerstorf D., Ram N., Drewelies J., Duezel S., EIBICH P., Steinhagen-Thiessen E., Liebig S., Goebel J., Demuth I., Villringer A., Wagner G., Lindenberger U., Ghisletta P. (2023), Today’s Older Adults Are Cognitively Fitter Than Older Adults Were 20 Years Ago, but When and How They Decline Is No Different Than in the Past, Psychological Science, vol. 34, n°1, p. 22-34

EIBICH P., Lorenti A., Mosca I. (2022), Does retirement affect voluntary work provision? Evidence from Europe and the U.S., Labour Economics, vol. Volume 76, n°June 2022, p. 102185

EIBICH P., Kanabar R., Plum A., Schmied J. (2022), In and out of unemployment - labour market dynamics and the role of testosterone, Economics and Human Biology, vol. Volume 46, n°August 2022, p. 101123

Wahl H-W., Drewelies J., Duezel S., Lachman M., Smith J., EIBICH P., Steinhagen-Thiessen E., Demuth I., Lindenberger U., Wagner G., Ram N., Gerstorf D. (2022), Subjective age and attitudes toward own aging across two decades of historical time., Psychology and Aging, vol. 37, n°3, p. 413-429

Palumbo L., Berrington A., EIBICH P., Vitali A. (2022), Uncertain Steps Into Adulthood: Does economic precariousness hinder entry into the first coresidential partnership in the UK?, Population Studies

Drewelies J., EIBICH P., Düzel S., Kühn S., Krekel C., Goebel J., Kolbe J., Demuth I., Lindenberger U., Wagner G., Gerstorf D. (2022), Location, Location, Location: The Role of Objective Neighborhood Characteristics for Perceptions of Control, Gerontology, vol. 68, n°2, p. 214-223

Kühn S., Düzel S., Mascherek A., EIBICH P., Krekel C., Kolbe J., Goebel J., Gallinat J., Wagner G., Lindenberger U. (2021), Urban green is more than the absence of city: Structural and functional neural basis of urbanicity and green space in the neighbourhood of older adults, Landscape and Urban Planning, vol. 214, p. 1-8

EIBICH P., Liu C. (2021), For better or for worse mental health? The role of family networks in exogamous unions, Population, Space and Place, vol. 27, n°6, Aug 2021, p. 25

EIBICH P., Goldzahl L. (2021), Does retirement affect secondary preventive care use? Evidence from breast cancer screening, Economics and Human Biology, vol. Volume 43, n°December 2021, p. 101061

Pedron S., Maier W., Peters A., Linkohr B., Meisinger C., Rathmann W., EIBICH P., Schwettmann L. (2020), The effect of retirement on biomedical and behavioral risk factors for cardiovascular and metabolic disease, Economics and Human Biology, vol. Volume 38, n°August 2020, p. 100893

EIBICH P., Goldzahl L. (2020), Health information provision, health knowledge and health behaviours: Evidence from breast cancer screening, Social Science & Medicine, vol. Volume 265, n°November 2020, p. 113505

EIBICH P., Siedler T. (2020), Retirement, intergenerational time transfers, and fertility, European Economic Review, vol. Volume 124, n°May 2020, p. 103392

Dakin H., EIBICH P., Beard D., Gray A., Price A. (2020), The use of patient-reported outcome measures to guide referral for hip and knee arthroplasty, The Bone & Joint Journal, vol. 102-B, n°7, p. 950-958

Dakin H., EIBICH P., Gray A., Smith J., Barker K., Beard D., Price A. (2020), Who gets referred for knee or hip replacement? A theoretical model of the potential impact of evidence-based referral thresholds using data from a retrospective review of clinic records from an English musculoskeletal referral hub, BMJ Open, vol. 10, n°7, p. 1-11

Kolodziejczak K., Rosada A., Drewelies J., Düzel S., EIBICH P., Tegeler C., Wagner G., Beier K., Ram N., Demuth I., Steinhagen-Thiessen E., Gerstorf D. (2019), Sexual activity, sexual thoughts, and intimacy among older adults: Links with physical health and psychosocial resources for successful aging., Psychology and Aging, vol. 34, n°3, p. 389-404

Gerstorf D., Drewelies J., Duezel S., Smith J., Wahl H-W., Schilling O., Kunzmann U., Siebert J., Katzorreck M., EIBICH P., Demuth I., Steinhagen-Thiessen E., Wagner G., Lindenberger U., Heckhausen J., Ram N. (2019), Cohort differences in adult-life trajectories of internal and external control beliefs: A tale of more and better maintained internal control and fewer external constraints., Psychology and Aging, vol. 34, n°8, p. 1090-1108

Roope L., Smith R., Pouwels K., Buchanan J., Abel L., EIBICH P., Butler C., Tan P., Walker A., Robotham J., Wordsworth S. (2019), The challenge of antimicrobial resistance: What economics can contribute, Science, vol. 364, n°6435

Karlsson Linnér R., Biroli P., Kong E., Meddens S., Wedow R., Fontana M., Lebreton M., Tino S., Abdellaoui A., Hammerschlag A., Nivard M., Okbay A., Rietveld C., Timshel P., Trzaskowski M., Vlaming R., Zünd C., Bao Y., Buzdugan L., Caplin A., Chen C-Y., EIBICH P., Fontanillas P., Gonzalez J., Joshi P., Karhunen V., Kleinman A., Levin R., Lill C., Meddens G., Muntané G., Sanchez-Roige S., Rooij F., Taskesen E., Wu Y., Zhang F., Auton A., Boardman J., Clark D., Conlin A., Dolan C., Fischbacher U., Groenen P., Harris K., Hasler G., Hofman A., Ikram M., Jain S., Karlsson R., Kessler R., Kooyman M., MacKillop J., Männikkö M., Morcillo-Suarez C., McQueen M., Schmidt K., Smart M., Sutter M., Thurik A., Uitterlinden A., White J., Wit H., Yang J., Bertram L., Boomsma D., Esko T., Fehr E., Hinds D., Johannesson M., Kumari M., Laibson D., Magnusson P., Meyer M., Navarro A., Palmer A., Pers T., Posthuma D., Schunk D., Stein M., Svento R., Tiemeier H., Timmers P., Turley P., Ursano R., Wagner G., Wilson J., Gratten J., Lee J., Cesarini D., Benjamin D., Koellinger P., Beauchamp J. (2019), Genome-wide association analyses of risk tolerance and risky behaviors in over 1 million individuals identify hundreds of loci and shared genetic influences, Nature Genetics, vol. 51, n°2, p. 245-257

EIBICH P., Dakin H., Price A., Beard D., Arden N., Gray A. (2018), Associations between preoperative Oxford hip and knee scores and costs and quality of life of patients undergoing primary total joint replacement in the NHS England: an observational study, BMJ Open, vol. 8, n°4, p. 1-13

König M., Drewelies J., Norman K., Spira D., Buchmann N., Hülür G., EIBICH P., Wagner G., Lindenberger U., Steinhagen-Thiessen E., Gerstorf D., Demuth I. (2018), Historical trends in modifiable indicators of cardiovascular health and self-rated health among older adults: Cohort differences over 20 years between the Berlin Aging Study (BASE) and the Berlin Aging Study II (BASE-II), PLoS ONE, vol. 13, n°1, p. 1-15

Kühn S., Düzel S., EIBICH P., Krekel C., Wüstemann H., Kolbe J., Martensson J., Goebel J., Gallinat J., Wagner G., Lindenberger U. (2017), In search of features that constitute an “enriched environment” in humans: Associations between geographical properties and brain structure, Scientific Reports, vol. 7, n°1, p. 1-8

EIBICH P. (2015), Understanding the effect of retirement on health: Mechanisms and heterogeneity, Journal of Health Economics, vol. Volume 43, n°September 2015, p. 1-12

EIBICH P., Ziebarth N. (2014), Examining the structure of spatial health effects in Germany using Hierarchical Bayes Models, Regional Science and Urban Economics, vol. Volume 49, n°November 2014, p. 305-320

EIBICH P., Ziebarth N. (2014), Analyzing regional variation in health care utilization using (rich) household microdata, Health Policy, vol. Volume 114, n°Issue 1, January 2014, p. 41-53

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